Stunning Scotland Photography Landscape Pictures, Scottish Castles, Mountains and Lochs

A collection of medium format landscape photos from Scotland and around the world by Malcolm Scott Webster Malcolm Scott Webster has spent last twenty years climbing all the major hills in Scotland including all the "Munros".During these trips he took literally thousands of coloured slides of Scotland.


Landscape Photography Scotland

Presented on this web site collection of medium format landscape photography from Scotland and around the world shows amazing moments in stunning pictures. Malcolm Scott Webster has spent the last twenty years climbing all the major hills of Scotland and the best Scottish landscapes to take only the very best photography. During these trips he took thousands of coloured slides of stunning Scottish landscape. Apart from recording the country he loves on film, he has produced series of limited edition water colours from his photography of Scottish views. Having travelled extensively in Europe, Canada and America he has taken even more outstanding pictures of landscapes from around the world.


Featured Landscape Photography

Mountains Scottish Landscape Photography

Scotland has a number of the World's most scenic areas within it's shores, the North-West Highlands mountains landscape photography presented on this site itself offering the delights of Kintail, Torridon and many more Landscape photography mountains photosFurther North to Cape Wrath and along the Sutherland and Caithness Landscape photography coast photos the less dramatic mountainous landscape regions contain the gorgeous un-spoilt beaches. Hard to believe that this kind of landscape is a Scottish coast. In the East, Aberdeenshire has the greatest concentration of Castles in Scotland. Click here for Landscape photography castle photos

Ben Nevis From Carn Mor Dearg

As the forecast for Friday 12 June was total sunshine I decided to take advantage of such a photographic opportunity and left Aberdeen at 5.50 am to drive to Fort William. Parked at the Nevis Face car park in Torlundy at 9.0am and set off up the Allt A Mhuillin path through the forest to arrive in the open at 280 metres height an hour later. After a I/4 mile along the valley I branched off on to the Carn Beag Dearg slopes. Read More

 

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